Yarn (noun)

  1. A continuous strand of twisted fibers or filaments, typically made of natural or synthetic fibers, used in weaving or knitting to make cloth.
  2. A story, especially a long and elaborate one.


Middle english yern, from old english gearn; akin to old high german garn thread, old norse garn.


  1. She bought a skein of yarn to make a scarf.
  2. The old man spun a yarn about his adventures at sea.
  3. She knit a sweater using soft woolen yarn.
  4. The children sat around the campfire listening to the yarn spinner.
  5. She weaved a beautiful tapestry using various colors of yarn.
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